Rosé was the drink of choice for Mark and Adam on their last trip to Sydney. They’re fairly large and hairy lads, so there was some confusion from their cohorts when placing an order for said drink of choice. But it was hot and humid in Sydney, and a big ballsy red was not the answer. Whether you like your Rosé bone-dry or with a lick of sweetness, here are the latest offerings that have passed the Tasting Panel’s lips and left a smile on them.
Soft, textural, dry and complex. Rose petal, red fruits including strawberry and watermelon. Winemaker Paul Gordon ran 2 separate ferments here … one like an aromatic white ferment … where juice was cold settled, racked with low solids and cold fermented using an aromatic yeast. The other 25% was fermented with whole solids and natural yeast at a warmer temperature, then allowed to undergo... Learn More
A delicious zippy rose packed with strawberries and cherries. There’s good length and intensity of flavour and just enough sweetness on the finish to bring a smile but not enough to anger the dentist. Works beautifully with cheese and fruit... Learn More
It’s not every day that Rosé is made from handpicked fruit off 60 year old dry grown bush vines. It’s fairly dry but comes over lush thanks to its viscous mouthfeel. Lots of strawberries and cherries and rose petals here nestled into a gorgeous texture.... Learn More